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50 years of experience in X-ray technology

04. Jun 2018 /

DÜRR NDT, as a subsidiary of Dürr Dental SE, looks back on 50 years in X-ray technology this year. It all began in 1968 when we developed and manufactured our first fully automated X-ray film development device.

Proven Benefits Moving from Film to Computed Radiography

12. Mar 2018 /

Currently four HD-CR 35 NDT units are in use by Qualitech primarily for the inspection of weld quality of tubing for chemical plants and district heating systems.

Enabling Safe and Efficient On-Stream Pipeline Inspection with Computed Radiography

23. Jan 2018 /

MESB has been using the DÜRR NDT HD-CR 35 NDT scanner since 2014 for corrosion monitoring and during this time has processed more than 5000 images with the system.

Upcoming events

ASNT
24 Jul 2018
Location: Mashantucket, CT, USA

Digital Imaging 2018

BINDT
10 Sep 2018
Location: Nottingham, UK

NDT2018

NDT Forum
17 Sep 2018
Location: Seattle, WA, USA

61st Annual A4A NDT Forum

Technical articles

Practical guideline for digital radiographic testing of welds according to ISO 17636-2

Uli Pöhler, DÜRR NDT; Steve Jelfs, DÜRR NDT
06. Sep 2017 /

As standards become increasingly important in radiographic testing, knowing how to properly apply these standards in real-world applications is now more crucial than ever. Learn how to apply the ISO 17636-2 standard using a steel weld plate as an example and shorten your time to a high-quality image.

Fully-Automated Weld Inspection of Aerospace turbines enabled by Digital Radiography

Nick D‘Ademo, DÜRR NDT; Wolfgang Schultz, DÜRR NDT
04. Sep 2017 /

As the digitization of X-ray technology continues to expand in the NDT inspection world, many manual inspection tasks can now be fully automated. The main benefits are a significant increase in productivity and efficiency as well as higher end-product quality.

Influence of the laser spot size on the image quality of a CR system

Steve Jelfs, NDT Specialist, DÜRR NDT
12. Jul 2017 /

Computed Radiography (CR) is a digital imaging technology where phosphor imaging plates (IP’s) take the place of conventional radiographic film. Once the IP’s are exposed to radiation, the CR scanner uses a focused laser to read the information from the imaging plate and transfer it to software that renders an image on a computer.

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